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.s. shores, and still able to do a lot of damage to you. i'm ali velshi. this is "your money." and as long as your politicians won't tell you the truth about the economy, i will. they want you to believe that 12 million jobs will magically appear within four years if you put one of them into the white house. what i want them to do is level with you, because you could get duped into voting for someone o promises sunshine in america in the face of an approaching economic storm that they may not be able to stop. the storm clouds are coming in from a europe, a continent that is still in recession, that can't afford to buy american products and services. that storm has reached asia, where factories that made exports for europe continue to shut down. it's slowing things down here in america. last month, america lost 15,000 manufacturing jobs. there's only so much washington can do about that storm. but with some real work, they could help avert the storm that's being created in the nation's capital. that second storm started a year ago when the president and congress made a deal with the devil.
. >>> plus, one of the greatest boxers of all time, muhammad ali, was honored yesterday, for his accomplishments outside the ring. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back into "early today." again, as mentioned a beautiful situation across a good stretch of the west here. deep in mind the high fire danger into the cascades of washington. down towards los angeles, coastal areas in the 80s, heads in towards downtown, temperatures well up into the 90s. 97 in medford for today. at least saturday you're seeing a few more clouds, still dry conditions, monsoonal moisture has dried up across the four corners. sunshine and temperatures responding, 96 in phoenix for saturday. l.a. will see a cooldown for the second half of the weekends. trade winds ease off, hilo getting some showers but beyond that lots of sunshine across the hawaiian chain. nearby bellingham learn about radio's role in history at the golden age of radio, the spark museum of electrical invention. that's your pacific event of the day. >> thanks soap, todd. >>> well, now here's an early look at this morning's headli
years ago? i'm ali velshi. this is "your money" and the answer is yes. four years ago this week, america and the world marched to the edge of the economic abyss. >> major sectors in america's financial system are at risk of shutting down. >> the financial sector actually shut down with the collapse of lehman brothers. >> we have a big problem. >> but it had morphed into a degree of global credit. congress was presented with one choice and one choice only. >> it's important to get credit flowing again. >> bail out the banks, the banks that got us into this mess in the first place. >> should there even be a bailout? >> americans protested and lawmakers balked. >> americans are angry and so are my colleagues. >> on september 29, the bill to save the economy went down to defeat in the house of representatives. >> the legislation has failed. >> i'm very disappointed in today's vote. >> so to the democrats skprerep who vetoed this bill yesterday, i say step up to the plate. >> this is what brought us to the brink of collapse. >> wow. all because annie went and got a house he couldn't afford? >
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correspondent ali velshi, senior political analyst david gerring be and senior correspondent john king. is there any legitimate bright spots or is this report as bad as it sounds? >> well, it wasn't a loss of jobs. i suppose you could spin it that way. if i were in the business of spinning this, i would say that half of this has to do with congress and the fact that we don't know what's going to happen. that creates a certain amount of anxiety from businesses hoping to hire people. half of it is europe and the lack of demand from europe. we saw a manufacturing job loss of 15,000 jobs. that is clearly stuff that the u.s. manufacturers -- that isn't being bought overseas. look, i have always been of the view, and david may share this view, that presidents get altogether too much credit and too much blame for job creation and job loss. but the real al reality is this is not a great number. there's two more before the election. i would want this one to have been above 150,000 which is the number you need just to sort keep things level and a bit more. so no, the white house put up a pretty
last month. the unemployment rate dipped to 8.1%. i want to bring in ali velshi to talk about the numbers and first of all, ali, what does this mean? the unemployment rate went down, but the people and to a analysts are not seeing this as good news. >> that is right. in fact, forget the unem ploim rate and i often say that. that measures the number of people who are active ly lookin for work. if you leave the workforce, because you are disenchanted or whatever the case is, you don't get that and the number goes down and ignore that. the thing that is absolute is the number of jobs created or lost in a given month and let me show you a chart. 96,000 jobs are estimated and look at that on the right side of the screen and that is the bar, it is 96,000 jobs created and we had estimated between 120,000 and 145,000 and some people thought it was higher than that and you need 150,000 a month to keep the unemployment rate steady generally speaking to make up for the people who came into the workforce versus those who are leaving. so this is not where the number needs to be. to put it
and muhamed ali. >> as tough as a $2 state ... grew up eating a lot of them, i know what i'm talking about. >> the hyperbole did not stopped at alex smith latinos, he continued to praise his offense this afternoon, specifically the play of in cities receiver michael crabtree. >> he is like a frog, just ask catching the bugs and the balls. >> underdogs, no longer, hollywood wants a piece of the forty-niners. actors vince vaughn and when wilson watched the game on the sidelines yesterday. >> some days we can get willie mays here, and muhamed ali. >> his fascination with muhamed ali and willie mays comes from his father jack. >> i just want to shake his hand and telling that me and my dad think he's the greatest baseball player in history of the game. >> the consummate competitor, his brother john had muhamed ali to practice last week and his dad was there to meet the champ and share a story told by the life of muhamed ali. >> when he was getting ready to fight sunny west and in miami in 1964 for the heavyweight title, the hotel that the fight was at and they had the train in, did not allow b
of it. >> ali, i think this is a fabulous conversation and i wish this were something that anybody in washington would talk about. this is not something on a front burner for people who are in leadership and congress or frankly in the white house. i mean, the white house the pushout are these executive actions to try to alter some elements of helping some homeowners, but i do not hear any push in congress by leadership to do any of this. >> as you pointed out to us many times, there are conversations that should be taking place in the election generally that aren't taking place. so, we hope to have them here. thanks very much. jessica yellin joining us from washington. sheila bair and neil barosky, good to see you both. >>> regardless of what happens in washington may not be enough to fend off the economic storm in europe. can europe's problems slow america down? richest quest joins us for a debate that you don't want to the writer's desktop and the coordinator's phone are working on a joke with local color. the secure cloud just received a revised intro from the strategist's table
would be a easier way to put, that and fitness expert laila ali. >> that's right. and then we're so fortunate. carol burnett has decided to stick around and help us tackle our "take 3" so we'll be dealing with that. and we're going to check in on last night's emmy awards. all the fashion, all the highlights. it's all coming up just ahead. >> let's go inside. natalie is standing by at the news desk with a check of all the headlines. >> good morning, matt and al. good morning, everyone. new jabs on the campaign trail this morning as president obama fires off a new tv ad slamming gop candidate mitt romney for not, quote, coming clean about his tax returns while criticizing americans who don't pay income taxes. romney has released just two years of his tax information. this as the presidential debates are just nine days away. >>> a sweeping analysis of the genes behind breast cancer. scientists announced that they have found four major classes. disease. the new finding offers hope for better targeted treatments, possibly putting drugs already on the market to work, including one current
and how did we get there in the first place? ali velshi, he takes a look. >> reporter: just a few steps from the billboards of times square is a billboard of a different sort. the national debt clock. new york real estate developer seymour durst set up the first debt clock in 1989. >> when my father designed the clock, the debt was about $2 trillion. he would be shocked that we're at this number today. >> reporter: last year, the federal government spent $3.6 trillion. but it only took in $2.3 trillion in revenue. it borrowed the shortfall, $1.3 trillion, and that's the deficit. the accumulated deficits or shortfalls plus interest make up the national debt. and it's more than $16 trillion today. the debt had run up under both republican and democratic presidents and congresses. both have had opportunities to tackle it, but it is never politically palatable. president obama formed the simpson-bowles commission, headed by former republican senator allen simpson and bill clinton's chief of staff, erskine bowles. they came up with a plan to cut the debt by $4 trillion overten years. vice pr
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died at 47. the houtons are in desperate need of guidance and tough love ali style. you eat all of that. you've been binging because i'm coming. (gasp) thecompetition is on. randy is already working on his burn. do it as big as you can. but there is trouble at the gym. how are we feeling? today we had how are we feeling? today we had the unexpected. ♪ randy and rebecca huton have been married for more than 20 years they've always been there to support each other no matter what the circumstances, but now they're ready for a little friendly competition. it's a live big first, husband vs wife in our weight loss challenge. rebecca and randy met and fell in love as teenagers. they were both in high school at the time and active in school sports. they married in their twenties then started a family. over the years randy and rebecca watched their weight creep higher and higher. now twenty years later they juggle work, parenthood and school. rebecca is completing her masters in psychology. rebecca wrote to ali after being moved to tears with jorge sierra's story on live big. what was supposed
icon muhammad ali received the prestigious liberty medal not for his amazing fetes inside the ring but for his other work. ali is 70 and has parkinson's disease received a kiss from his daughter layla. >>> i'm mara schiavocampo and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >>> it's finally here. it's friday, ladies and gentlemen. thanks for waking up with us. it's a cool start to our morning. boy, have we enjoyed this low humidity. >>> a different story overseas as protesters continuing to voice their anger over an anti-islamic film. good morning, everybody. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm angie goff in for eun yang. welcome to "news 4 today" on this friday, september 14th. >>> the alexandria man who pleaded guilty to trying to blow up the u.s. capitol will be sentenced today. authorities arrested 29-year-old amin al khalifi in february. he got weapons from an undercover agent to try to detonate a bomb near the capitol. he thought he was dealing with al qaeda operatives. he faces between 25 and 30 years in prison. >>> today prince george's co
as the greatest was honored last night. booking icon muhammad ali received the prestigious liberty medal not for his amazing fetes inside the ring but for his other work. ali is 70 and has parkinson's disease received a kiss from his daughter layla. >>> i'm mara schiavocampo and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >> you're watching wbal-tv 11. this is 11 news today at 5:00 a.m. >> good morning, everybody. it's a beautiful friday. we will change overnight. but this morning it's beautiful. 54 in taneytown and 57 in jarrettsville. the forecast for today, mostly sunny skies. clouds this afternoon and maybe overnight a slight chance for a rain shower. high of 83. we will check your seven-day forecast coming up. >> tony, we'll see you in a bit. here's a look at what's coming up on 11 news today. >> arrests made in connection with the deaths of four americans in libya as u.s. officials brace for the possibility of more protests today. >> and we have a very nice >> and we have a very nice morning commute so far. [ telephone rings ] how's the camping
stress the need to scale back this country's dependence on foreign oil. but as ali velshi explains, they have very different ideas on how to do that. >> america's dependence on foreign oil has gone down. in fact, in 2010, it was under 50% for the first time in 13 years. >> in eight years, we're going to get north america energy independent where we don't have to buy any oil from the middle east or venezuela a. >> they're both right. 45% of the oil america consumes is kborimported. it's largely due to the recession and america's energy boom. in fact, the united states is the third largest producer of oil in the world today, and oil production has jumped 13% in the last three years alone, largely due to advances in technology. hydraulics fracking can now extract oil and gas trapped deep in shale rock and deepwater drilling in the gulf of mexico is bringing even more oil to the market. even with those advances, america, the world's biggest consumer of crude oil, still needs more than it produces. 29% of america's imported oil comes from right next door, much of it from the rich oil sa
. the healing begins for the victim and stood in body -- p body.ali --erry hal students they share a concern for the victim and suspect. the 15 year-old was charged as an adult. it was not on the agenda. for the school or the new ceo. it is the reality. while gun ownership is a right. ownership comes with a
will cut you. ali had a couple glasses of wine. you mean four. it was three. it was four-- girlfriend likes her liquor. my boyfriend is a gorgeous jewish doctor. wyatt is presbyterian and a nurse. they're going to promote him to jewish doctor any day now. joe: she tells me she wants to get married. so there's this play me or trade me ultimatum on the table. what is your gut telling you? there's lots of reasons that i should... stop, that's what your head is telling you. what is your gut telling you? she is the sexiest woman... stop, that's what your schmeckle is telling you. aim for the middle now. it-it's telling me that... that's your answer, joe. it's not saying "i-i-i-i have to marry her"" you got to let her go. my schmeckle's going to hate me for this. i love you, joe, and the last thing that i would ever want is for you to do anything because you feel pressured into it, so... what are you doing? i'm going with my gut. ali landau, will you marry me? yes, i will marry you. oh, my god. she wants to get married and she gave him a play me or trade me ultimatum. wow. yeah. yeah. what is a p
. on a daily basis in particular around dinner time that's when it's just kind of a big panic for me. today ali vincent will help diane get her health and her life back on track.t's n let's go ten let's go ten more, come on. ♪ for several years diane duncan has been fighting and losing the battle of the bulge. she tips the scale at 174. about thirty pounds heavier than she'd like to be. i try and exercise a lot but when it comes to what i'm eating it's in particular around dinner time that's when it's just kind of a big panic for me. diane and her seven year old daughter madison have dinner out at least three times a week and when they do eat at home it's diane's microwave that gets a work out. a really bad tendency to do a lot of frozen foods, mac and cheese, burritos. when the doctors told diane she was pre-diabetic and needed to lower her cholesterol she realized it was time for some serious changes. it just made me really sad and being a single mom i felt irresponsible because i need to be healthy for my daughter. as a fan of the biggest loser diane followed ali vincent's weight loss jour
business correspondent, ali velshi, is joining us now to take a closer look inside the numbers. ali, the unemployment rate went down, but that's not necessarily a positive development. explain what's going on. >> you know, i've said for years that it's just easier to look at the number of jobs created or lost as opposed to the unemployment rate. and i'll explain that to you in a second. but the number of jobs added in august was 96,000. now, if you look at the pattern of jobs that have beendded over the last several months, you can see that on the right, the 96,000. we were hoping for 120. there were some estimates upward of 140,000. but the good news is that it's added and not subtracted. the good news is that the private sector in the united states has added jobs for 30 months in a row. and that's what you'll hear from the white house. here's the bad news. it's just not enough. and you're talking about those -- that unemployment rate. here's what happened. a number of people left the workforce. so the unemployment rate, the 8.1%, it was 8.3, it's now 8.1%, because 368,000 people d
-backed securities each month, $40 billion worth of mortgage-backed securities each month. ali velshi joining us now from new york. what's the reaction to this? >> you got the dow? >> put it up. >> a nice big bump there. the stock market investors really like it. sugar high. the fed making more money available to the banks and making the bonds worth a lot of money and can't buy something with the bond. we'll give you cash, $40 billion a month. what do banks do with money? you theory lend it out to people for money and puts money in the economy. that's how it should work. right now, stock markets are liking it. the dow made up of 30 stocks and one is bank of america, citibank's a big gainer and seeing that. but that's one piece of the economy. as you know. those -- your investments and i.r.a. and 401(k) is working very well and mixed reviews of whether or not the fed should have done what it did by putting -- buying the bonds back over the course of the next year. >> i got people writing to me. someone said, you taught me about money? i hope. i don't have any. and then someone else said, i think this
set himself on fire, it was a result of what he had to suffer under the regime. ben ali and its government for long years have enjoyed the indifference, if not the support of the hit on the states, in full knowledge of its excessive and crimes. it must come as a surprise to two nations that the united states supported the forces of change -- to the two nations that the industry supported the forces of change. it must come as a surprise for the egyptian teenagers to wash the teargas out of their eyes, that the u.s. the administration supported change. it must have come as a surprise to hear clinton insists that 's regime was stable. it must come as a surprise that the u.s.-backed its hated intelligence chief omar suleiman, who we proved the u.s. knew was a torture, to take the realm. it must come as a surprise to all those egyptians who heard vice-president joe biden declared that hosni mubarak was a democrat in the julian assange was a high-tech terrorist. it is disrespectful to the dead and to be incarcerated of bringing costs uprising to claim the united states supported the f
. >>> you are not happy and you're taking it out on the u.s. economy. i'm ali velshi. welcome to "your money." for starters, the u.s. economy is barely growing. this is about gdp. gross domestic product is important. it is the broadest measure of the value of everything we produce as an economy, and as those bars go up, we feel better. now this week we learned that in april, may and june the u.s. economy grew at a rate of just 1.7%. that means as an economy, we produced 1.7% more value than we did in the same period a year ago. that and $4 wi get you a cup of coffee because what that doesn't tell you or me is how americans are feeling about the economy and how your feeling decides whether or not this economy is going to get weaker or stronger. so i have compiled some numbers on the five economic indicators that have the greatest effect on you. think about this as the real feel of the economy. can you read about it in-depth in my column in the current issue of money magazine but i'm going to give you the cliffnotes right now. i've used government numbers from the past 30 years
. that is true but it was memphis, mich. and not memphis, tennessee. i have instructed commander ali to contact memphis. he spoke to the colonel. they're contemplating teasers -- tasers. it is not an immense situation for budgetary constraints. we will continue to talk with them and work within the resolution to make that presentation back before you within 90 days of that last meeting. that concludes my report. >> commissioners, anything for the chiefs? thank you. item 2b. >> occ director's report. presentation of the second quarter statistical. presentation of the monthly capriotes of statistical report and companion reports for the periods of january 1, 2012 through july 31, 2012 and generate 1, 2011 through july 31, 2011 and report on the adjudication of sustained complaints. presentation of these statistical reports for generate 1, 2012 through june 30, 2012 and january 1, 2011 through june 30, 2011. airport. on the adjudication of sustained complaints. >> good evening. it is a mouthful, all those reports. i'm going to try and consolidate. the statistical reports into my recent activities
. i'm christine romans. this is "your money." ali velshi is away this week. but he's been warning you about the coming economic storm and you're feeling it. two-thirds of registered voters believe economic conditions today are poor, according to the latest cnn/orc poll. and it could get worse. while the clouds brewing in asia and europe are beyond our control, the storm gathering in washington is of our own making. i'm talking about the fiscal cliff, the automatic spending cuts and tax hikes set to take effect in january. january 1st, they could push america into another recession. let's not forget jobs. 12.5 million people without them because nothing is more important to our economic recovery than job creation. you can blame whoever you want for causing the state of the economy. but today's downturn is persisting on president obama's watch. so you'd think that mitt romney could make the case for change to voters desperate for someone to fix this economy. candy crowley is cnn's chief political correspondent, the anchor of cnn's "state of the union." let me show you a clip from last w
. -- a visit from muhammed ali. caldwellore loose than had been working with peyton. it shows flexibility to just now take control of the offense. >> turning the job in cleveland with the browns hosting the eagles today. begin to trend richardson, a first-round draft pick. dumptruck. helmet destroying that 9-yard run. former terp, jackson with a pick 6. 4 interceptions on the date for michael vick. vick, this one on target, a touchdown pass with 1 minute 18 seconds left. the factory of sadness live on in cleveland, 17-16 eagles. rg3, what a debut. first quarter -- this is the red spends debut for also this player. -- redskins debut. gone, 88 yards. skins up 10-7. 3rd and goal. this did not flinch. 19 of 26, 2 td's and stunning the saints 40-32. much more tonight in sports. the ravens countdown is coming up tonight after 11 news after the game. we will see you then. >> the tallest volcano in nicaragua is erupting. it has spewed a plume of ash 2.5 miles high. now reports of injury or damage so far. they're just concerned for the health of local residents. >> outstanding weather. great footb
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"i guess i could alys have another"... "have you been through the five stages of muller yet?" "yeah, just now." [ male announcer ] muller. the european for yummy. [ mitt romney ] there are 47% of the people who will vote for the president no matter what... who are dependent upon government, who believe that they are victims, who believe that government has a responsibility to care for them, who believe that they are entitled to health care, to food, to housing, to you-name-it... and they will vote for this president no matter what... and so my job is not to worry about those people. i'll never convince them they should take personal responsibility and care for their lives. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> live and in hd, this is abc 11, on your side. >> we are on storm watch. storms have been moving through all evening. the storms have been rather slow moving and they have hammered s of our viewing area. bob ryan joins us now as he situation on radar. >> these storms have come through with some hail and the one-inch hail. since earlier today, that
of the lack of emotional test, the a.l.i. test and now in most jurisdictions, the nontest requires that you demonstrate that you can't distinguish right from wrong. so now we have, and again, the law uses science for the law's own purposes, but what is problematic here is the disconnect. from the criminal side, if you lack emotional control, you go to prison because you can't win under the test because the test doesn't apply. when you walk out of prison and you lack emotional control, you get civilly committed. so what we have is a fundamental disconnect between how we view philosophy of free will and human control on the criminal side versus the civil side and not surprisingly on both sides "the state wins" because on the criminal side you go to prison and on the civil side, you get incarcerated civilly. >> i don't think that's much of a disconnect. i think -- so i agree with you the test has changed. that's not what i'm talking about. if you look at the kind of distribution of behavior, right, if we think the people at the high end of the distribution have perfect control of their impulse
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